If you are feeling isolated or lonely, come along to HASWA monthly afternoon tea session. Enjoy an afternoon with various talks and activities such as arts and crafts, quiz and find out the local news and activities that may interest you from Councillor Stephanie Nunn and HASWA staff. If you feel this would be of interest to you please come along every first Tuesday of each month and make new friends, have enjoy a cup of tea with freshly baked cakes.
HASWA is extremely delighted to receive a grant from the Charles Hayward Foundation which has enabled HASWA to keep their Outreach Support Worker for another 3 months for services for older people.
HASWA has been given a wonderful opportunity to be part of Public Acts You can find out more about the Public Acts programme on the National Theatre website and Queen’s Theatre press release. HASWA Stars drama workshops run every Monday at HASWA from 12:30 – 2:30pm and look forward to seeing you each week. The workshops are creative, practical, sociable and most importantly fun! There will be exciting opportunities to get involved with other activities throughout the year, including the chance to perform in a production at the National Theatre itself next summer.
This is a short film with an interview with Emily Lim and Director, Rufus Norris from the National Theatre, as well as a few community members, talking about the Public Acts project.
Ladies sang traditional boliyan and geet whilst playing the dholki. They created a fun atmosphere and everbody joined in the singing and dancing.